Honeywell educating teachers about the environment

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Today, Honeywell announced they have selected 70 middle school teachers from around the world to participate in a “Green Boot Camp”, where they will educate them on issues pertaining to energy and sustainability so that it can be passed on to the children in their classrooms. This important initiative gives teachers new tools to educate their students about new green technologies and sustainable practices in interactive ways to engage the students.

View the full list of teachers selected to be part of Honeywell’s Green Boot Camp program.

This year’s Green Boot Camp is taking place in San Diego, California, and is being sponsored by San Diego Gas and Electric, the California Center for Sustainable Energy and the Urban Corps of San Diego County.

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